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Posted 05 Apr, 2019 |

What is true risk governance?

Severine Johnson

Digital Marketing Executive | Posted 06 Nov, 2020

Risk governance means - institutions, or rules, or processes and mechanisms with the help of which decisions about risks are taken and implemented. Risk governance could be normative as well as positive since it analyses and formulates risk management strategies so as to avoid or decrease the human and economic costs due to disasters.

Fairy Kumar

@Blogger | Posted 05 Apr, 2019

The primary responsibility of the board is to ensure that it develops clear understanding of the bank's business strategy and fundamental rights and awards that this implies. Also needs to make sure that visits am a transparent to managers and stakeholders to adequate internal and external disclosure.

- All to the report is not there to manage business, it is responsible for overseeing management and holding it accountable. - - It must also contribute to the development of the overall strategic plan for the firm, taking into consideration how many changes might affect business opportunities and strategy of the firm. 
- appetite should clearly be connected to its overall business strategy and capital plan. Some activities might go wrong for any firm, given the risks size of the activity in relation to the firm's balance sheet.
- business planning to be driven by earnings goals in a competitive environment, needs to involve risk management from the beginning of the Planning process, in order to test how targets fit with the firm's risk appetite and to assess potential downsides.
- last but not the least communication throughout the firm of the firm's risk appetite and risk position is absolutely important.
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